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Notice Of Entered Order And Service List No Longer Required Effective January 2, 2014

Thursday, December 19, 2013
News Category: 
Public Notice

With revisions to the Local Bankruptcy Rules (LBR) that become effective January 2, 2014, the Court will eliminate the requirement to include a Notice of Entered Order and Service List with lodged orders.

Please see revised LBR 9021-1(b)(1), and Court Manual, section 4 that also become effective January 2, 2014.  All LBR form orders will be revised to remove the Notice of Entered Order and Service List and will be posted in advance on the Court’s website

The Notice of Entered Order and Service List is no longer needed as the Bankruptcy Noticing Center (BNC) and CM/ECF have been serving all Court orders for one year.  A docket entry titled “BNC Certificate of Notice” specifies who was served, how they were served, and includes a copy of the served document.  A docket entry for the Notice of Electronic Filing (NEF) specifies the parties served by email through CM/ECF.  Any additional service of the entered order will continue to be the responsibility of the party who lodged the order.